Travel Blogs from Humahuaca, Argentina

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Humahuaca and the Quebrada, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuaca and the Quebrada

A travel blog entry by worldtaste

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... pictures. As my mother was as crazy as I for the pictures, we stopped a lot of time to keep us quite. I wanted to go to Humahuaca to see some ruins but we did not see anything apart from a folkloric show in a pena. We then return to Salta and my mother ...

Big Cacti and Cable TV, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Big Cacti and Cable TV

A travel blog entry by frankandamanda

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One of our highlights of our stay in Humahuaca was a hostel room with Cable TV. We were both not feeling so great from the increase in altitude so watching movies was a great day to spend the day. We did, however, get out to explore the surrounding ...

Multicoloured mountains and angels with guns!, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Multicoloured mountains and angels with guns!

A travel blog entry by jenandtony

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... the Tropic of capricorn on a certain day of the year. (One of you will tell us what day, I'm sure!) Eventually we reached Humahuaca, around midday, and stopped at a restaurant which seemed geared up for tour groups. The usual thing - a set meal for a ...

Het noorden van Salta, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Het noorden van Salta

A travel blog entry by argintinabel

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Noorden van ...

Mis vacas en HUMAHUACA, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Mis vacas en HUMAHUACA

A travel blog entry by superheroe

MIS VACAS EN HUMAHUACA EN JULIO DE ...

sore ass, hangover, scratched glasses, new country, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

sore ass, hangover, scratched glasses, new country

A travel blog entry by boomergirl

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... nbsp; The bought it and for some strange reason didnt even charge me the 15Bs (which are unofficial anyhow).  Off I go to Argentina - by foot.  Next immigration.  No issues, just a stamp valid for 90days. Buy the bus ticket to Huma, ...

Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by pajas

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Destination 327 km160'061 Nicht mehr kommentiert (lese Eintrag Nr.45 weshalb) XXXXX Not commented anymore (read entry No.45 ...

Viewing the Hornacal, the 14 coloured mountain, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Viewing the Hornacal, the 14 coloured mountain

A travel blog entry by proinnsias

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... the roads magically turn into what I remember as roads, smooth and tarred very possible to sleep.   We don’t know anything about Argentina really so this town is a bit of a random throw of the dice, on the map the guy gave us there is a ...

Life at 3000m, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Life at 3000m

A travel blog entry by lyndshane

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... we weren't sure we were in the right place. When our bus from Salta turned off the desert highway at a sign marked, 'Bienvenidos a Humahuaca’, we were almost certain it was a joke – every building we saw looked more like a random cardboard box ...

Winter is there, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Winter is there

A travel blog entry by peacefrog

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... saw that people were still there, getting ready for the ritual of the sun... that was nowhere to be seen.   Humahuaca, main town of the Quebrada... nothing really exceptional compared to the other towns, but still that very quiet atmosphere, given ...

high and dry in Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

high and dry in Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by ristohannah

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Our last night in Argentina was spent in the small sundrenched adobe desert town of Humahuaca, high up in multicoloured mountains of the Quebrada de Humahuaca.   Founded in 1591, it has a rich cultural history and the fusion of indigenous, ...

eeee, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

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A travel blog entry by koyaya

כפר קטן וחמוד, אבל בדיעבד לא הייתי מגיע לפה ...

Road Trippin' - Ruins, Rocks, and a Robot, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Road Trippin' - Ruins, Rocks, and a Robot

A travel blog entry by jmwaters

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... thin crosses which were unevenly stuck at the bottom of a hill. On the way back we did another driver swap back around Humahuaca, and then headed towards Tilcara to fuel up, stopping along the way to appreciate some views which had missed on the journey ...

To the gate of Bolivia, Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

To the gate of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by peacefrog

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Traveling through the northern part of the Quebrada at sunset was magic too, I could not take my eyes off the landscapes. More colors, more shapes, that you just have to keep staring at, totally under the spell. La Quiaca, border town. I struggled a ...

A natural high for my birthday, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

A natural high for my birthday

A travel blog entry by benihnio

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... After our Maté drinking and card session, we set out to town for some food and a few drinks. Unfortunately we were in Humahuaca and not Buenos Aries, and at 11 o´clock all the reccomendations from the hostel were closed. We eventually found a small ...

Return to Argentina, Jujuy, Argentina travel blog

Return to Argentina

A travel blog entry by esteban

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We returned to Argentina via the border crossing at Villazon and La Quiaca, which we`d heard was usually quite hassle-free. It still took two hours to get across, and then because of the two hour time difference one way or the other we lost four hours out ...

Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by nybridge

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... Sábato, Sobre Heroes y Tumbas Thoughts of such a past linger in the eyes of the people of the Quebrada de Humahuaca, countered by warmth issuing from toothless grins. Nestled in the mountains painted with a multitude of geologic hues, Humahuaca clings ...

The authentic northern Argentina, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

The authentic northern Argentina

A travel blog entry by ollieinamerica

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... lead to the main Plaza. Here you find steps that lead to an enormous monument to the people who lost there lives defending Argentina and Peru/Bolivia. The hostel is great - views over the town and a chilled out atmosphere. We are extremely extied now as ...

Back to Humahuaca, Condor Pass, Argentina travel blog

Back to Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by peacefrog

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... were offering. Back down towards the Quebrada, we stopped in a small village called Iturbe. The train station deserted, as Argentina stopped all train traffic a while ago. Later we exited the gravel/earth road, and finished the trip to Humahuaca on ...

La quebrada, Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

La quebrada

A travel blog entry by wandergal

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... della gente, i loro lineamenti, la cucina e l'artigianato di questa zona sono molto diversi dal resto dell'argentina e si avvicinano invece molto a quelli dei paesi andini. in particolare nei negozietti che vendono artigianato quello locale si confonde ...

Horses for courses in Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Horses for courses in Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by timreis

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... north.  This part of Argentina is pretty far removed from the cosmopolitan Buenos Aires. The main purpose for our coming to Humahuaca, roughly halfway along the Quebrada de Humahuaca, was to see if we could get a ride on the gee-gees before we ...

Candid Country, Salta, Barreal, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Candid Country

A travel blog entry by rofo

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... of Saint Bernado and of course some massive artificial cascading waterfalls?! Next was Huhu!!-Haha!! Or otherwise known as Humahuaca. Also nestled in between some beautiful canyons this town is "a photographers dream" unquote the Lonely Planet. ...

Argentina ¡adios!, Pucamarca Argentinien, Argentina travel blog

Argentina ¡adios!

A travel blog entry by onthesunnyside

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Das wars mit Trix und Gaex. Bye bye Argentina. Um 7 Uhr morgens besteigen wir einen Andesmar Bus Richtung San Pedro de Atacama. Der Chauffeur, der beim Einsteigen unsere Paesse kontrolliert, empfaengt uns herzlichst: "ahh Suiza....Marco ...

3 tage carnavalito, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

3 tage carnavalito

A travel blog entry by suzzpect

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... noch mehr sehen als nur den boden der flasche. am montag bin ich dann also aufgebrochen zu einem kleinen hike rund um humahuaca in den canyons. viele viele kakteen, viel viel sonne, interessante gegend. aber alleine...erstmal komisch...am abend gings dann ...

Humahuca et route pour Iruya, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuca et route pour Iruya

A travel blog entry by garion

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... ... Il faisait une chaleur accablante, on s'arrêtait souvent, pour boire un coup, manger un fruit... Il faut voir que Humahuaca est à 3000m d'altitude ; soleil + altitude + grands escaliers à monter forment un cocktail fatiguant. A midi, on est allé ...

Quebrada De Humahuaca Gorge..., Quebrada De Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Quebrada De Humahuaca Gorge...

A travel blog entry by livingthedream

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... above sea level we drove through the clouds to a warm sun heating up the landscape and it was stunning to say the least. Before Humahuaca is a small town called Marmara, not much to it but as you pass it on the bus you find a cemetary where the dead are ...

Letzter Stopp in der Quebrada, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Letzter Stopp in der Quebrada

A travel blog entry by sandra2012

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Gegen 16 Uhr waren wir in Humahuaca (2.940 Meter) und haben uns erstmal ein Zimmer gesucht. Nach recht kurzer Zeit hatten wir ein Sechsbettzimmer, das wir uns zusammen mit Lauren, aus Australien, geteilt haben. Nachmittags haben wir uns getrennt. Die ...

The Rio Grande, Jujuy, Argentina travel blog

The Rio Grande

A travel blog entry by bansemer

Monday Juy 30th Tilcara to Jujuy We had intended to go to Salta, but the next bus didn't go for hours, so we caught a bus to Jujuy instead, then were going to go on to Salta. The info desk at the Jujuy bus station showed us a national park en route ...

Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by elisabeth_sa

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Nachdem sich meine Weiterreise nun bis Donnerstag verzoegert, nutze ich den Tag nach Humahuaca zu fahren, ein weiterer kleiner Ort in der Quebrada. Bilder sagen mehr als Worte... Schade dass ichs nicht mehr bis nach Iruya schaffe. Die Strasse war die ...

Salta - Cachi - Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Salta - Cachi - Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by chiaraedario

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... ' dopo una notte a Humahuaca proseguiamo per la Bolivia.  Anche durante l'ascesa della quebrada di Humahuaca incontriamo i grandissimi cactus, come pure le rovine di un villaggio preincaico ma soprattutto il meraviglioso cerro dei ...

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